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Last revision: February 19, 2019. Prices are subject to change without notice.

The Mission of the Charles A. Jones


Career and Education Center is to
enrich the lives of adults by providing a
positive and innovative learning
environment for academic and career
technical training, empowering adults to
become employed, productive members
of their communities.
Charles A. Jones
Career and Education Center
Welcome to Charles A. Jones Career and Education Center (CAJ)! It is our goal that
your educational experience here is enlightening and productive as you expand your
horizons and pursue your career.
CAJ is a public adult school operated by the Sacramento City Unified School District.
CAJ is located on Lemon Hill 1/2 block west of Stockton Boulevard. The facility is a
three building complex on seven acres. A Children’s Center is located on the
premises. Parking is available on the school grounds for all students and the center is
served by Regional Transit.
We are proud that we can provide a low-cost, high quality education that will enrich
our students’ lives. We offer career and technical programs in various occupational
fields, with imbedded customer service modules. Our programs are designed to
provide the technical and customer service skills needed in the local workforce.
CAJ also offers free academic preparation classes, including HiSET, Adult Basic
Education, ESL, and Citizenship classes, that are accredited by the Western
Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). CAJ Career Technical Education
classes are accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education
(COE), the State of California’s Board of Vocational Nursing, the Psychiatric
Technicians (BVNPT) and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacist
(ASHP). Additionally, CAJ is approved by many agencies to qualify graduating
students for national, state, or industry exams, including: CISCO Systems, the
California Certifying Board for Medical Assistants (CCMA), the California Department
of Public Health, the California Court Reporters Board, the American Board of
Optician (ABO), and the National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE).

CAJ Programs and Information:


Adult Education (ABE/HSE, ESL, & Citizenship) ..................... 24
CISCO/A+ Technician ................................................................... 6
COSTS, FEES AND CHARGES ................................................... 29
Court Reporting ............................................................................. 8
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning ............................... 10
HiSET® Testing Information ...................................................... 25
Medical Assistant ........................................................................ 12
Nursing Assistant ........................................................................ 14
Optometric Assistant .................................................................. 16
Pharmacy Technician ................................................................. 18
REFUND POLICY ......................................................................... 28
ROSTER OF STAFF ..................................................................... 26
Vocational Nurse ......................................................................... 20
Vocational Nurse Prerequisites ................................................. 22
Administrative Assistant ………Program Closed/On Teach Out
• Look for new community classes in Microsoft Office and
Quickbooks coming in Spring 2019 •
.................................................................................................................
Customer Service is a CAJ School Requirement.
.

Superior Customer Service is key to a successful career!


This course prepares students to develop exceptional customer service and
effective communication for the working professional in the following
occupational areas and more: Business, Legal, Healthcare, Industrial, and
Information Technology. Students with prior experience in customer
service are encouraged to bring their knowledge into the classroom to lend
for a richer, more enlightening learning experience for everyone.

Upon completion of the course, students will have identified, explored,


practiced, and honed a myriad of soft skills essential to customer service
such as: emotional intelligence, courtesy, patience, active listening and
communication, empathy, compassion, problem solving, attentiveness,
presentation skills, team building, diversity awareness, and workplace
relations. Students will discover how proficiency in these areas and many
others contribute not only to customer service effectiveness but also to
workplace attainment, sustainment, and ultimately, career and life success.

This class is included in CAJ CISCO/A+ Technician, HVAC, Medical


Assisting, Optometric Assistant, and Pharmacy Technician programs.

The course is three weeks long and 90 hours of instruction. See individual
program information for details.
ORIENTATION
EVERY WEDNESDAY!
(Except holidays and break periods)

8:15-11:00 AM IN THE MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM


Doors open at 8:15 am and close at 8:30 am
Seating is limited to 120 people on first-come, first-served basis.

Bring your valid, government issued, photo ID (Driver’s License, State ID, Passport, etc.)
and your Social Security Card.

Student must be at least 18 years old to enroll in Adult Education Programs

A variety of career training programs are available to learn job skills for employment opportunities.
Students may begin classes throughout the year on a scheduled basis as space is available. All
classes require excellent attendance. Orientation and assessment testing are held each
Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Prospective full time students must attend this orientation before
registering. You should arrive by 8:15 a.m.. Doors close at 8:30 a.m. CAJ reserves the right to
cancel classes due to low enrollment. Books, materials, and additional requirements fees are not
included in the program fee and are subject to change. Financial Aid (Pell Grant) is available for
those students who meet Federal guidelines. Financial Aid school code 009509

The Sacramento City Unified School District is committed in all of its activities, policies, programs, and
procedures to provide equal opportunity for all to avoid discrimination against any person regardless of race,
ancestry, sex, religion, color, national origin, physical handicap, disability, marital status, or age.

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A+/CISCO (CCENT) Network + Preparation
(Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications)

1080 Hours
(36 Instructional Weeks)

This program qualifies for


Federal Financial Aid
 A Specialization of Computer Maintenance
Technology.
 Hands on experience with the fundamentals
of wiring and safety with low voltage.
 Learn basic troubleshooting techniques and
teardown procedures in an organized and
Prerequisites manageable fashion.

 Student must have a High School  Prepare for A+, Network+, and CCENT
certifications
Diploma or Equivalent
 Have sufficient knowledge of the  Externships/Internships will be offered to
English language, reading, and math qualified students.
skills
 Attend a CAJ orientation The A+ exam covers the following areas of
 Assessment test score required knowledge:
Reading: 220 Math: 220  Customer Service
 Installation, configuration, and
Highlights upgrading of hardware components

If you would like to build your own computer from  Troubleshooting techniques
scratch for use in your home or business; are interested
in gaming or controlling the hardware you play on;  Preventive maintenance and safe
want to know how to correctly upgrade memory and practices
graphics; want to know how to identify and remove
harmful software; or repair your own computer on the  Identification of motherboard,
fly, then this program could be your answer. processors, and memory
 Printer, Scanner, Fax setup
This program provides information and practical hands-
on experience for A+ and CISCO Technology
 OS fundamentals: networking, security,
certifications. Integrating home office, home
networking, home theater, internet, phone services, and interface changes in Windows 7, 8,
wifi, networking, and security functions are also 10, and Linux O.S.
included in course instruction. This training also
provides intensive hands-on training in areas such as
structured cabling, computer repair networks,
troubleshooting, and understanding industrial lingo.

The world is composed of businesses in need of skilled


technicians to maintain their extensive computer
networks. As such, CISCO is a launch pad into an ever-
expanding range of career choices. Job placement
assistance is available to all graduates of this program.

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 86% / Placement Rate -74%

Pg. 6 / FY18-19 Visit us at www.caj.scusd.edu for the most updated information


Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials - CISCO

Customer Service
Book: 21st Century Business Series
ISBN: 9780538740289 ($41)

Comp A+ / Cisco Online (Online Access)


Lectures consisting of basic concepts, business practices, identifying hardware
components and understanding the relationships between hardware and software.

Book work consisting of breakdown of computer hardware in order to understand


specifications and compatibility issues, and understand the differences in wireless
standards 802.11 a/b/g/n / a/c and how this affects the end user.

CISCO CCENT.
Introduction to cabling, hardwired networks and wireless networks, You will be introduced
to all the different techniques in networking, LAN, WAN, and Wi-Fi.

During this class you will have extensive hands on involvement and experience working
with A+ (computer systems) and CISCO IOS, Switches, Routers, and network peripherals.

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


PROGRAM FEE1: 36 Monday
•Program under $5,840.00 Instructional thru Weeks 1-3 209
reconstruction• CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks Friday 8:30 am – 3:00 pm and
New model coming in MATERIALS: -------- --------- 313
Spring 2019. $41.00 NOT Monday Weeks 4-36
Start dates TBD ======== INCLUDING thru 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
TOTAL: $5,881.00 BREAKS AND Thursday
HOLIDAYS
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Court Reporting/Court Reporter

2960 Hours
(99 Instructional Weeks)
( Maximum hours allowed - 4440)
COE Accredited
Court Reporters Board of California Approved

This program qualifies for


Federal Financial Aid
Coursework includes:
 Stenography
 Transcription
 Keyboarding
 Medical and legal terminology
Prerequisites  Court and deposition procedures
 Student must have a High School
 CAT and computer technology
 Scoping
Diploma or Equivalent
 And related courses.
 Have sufficient knowledge of the
English language, reading, and math With full-time attendance, six hours a day,
skills program completion is possible with skill
 Attend a CAJ orientation mastery in just over two years. The state average
 Typing speed at least 40 wpm for completion of Court Reporting programs is
 Assessment test score required three to four years. Occasionally, highly
Reading: 251 motivated students have worked at an
accelerated pace to master skills and complete
the program in fewer than two years.
Highlights
Programs in which certificates of competency
This program is a comprehensive competency- are presented upon completion are: Captioner,
based program. Students learn a variety of skills Court Reporter, Proofreader, Medical
adaptable to several occupational areas. Transcriber, Real-Time Reporter, and Scopist.
Realtime court reporters are needed for court,
Contact Bonnie Chufar-Comstock
television, web broadcasts, and services for the
deaf or hard-of-hearing. The current shortage of email: Bonnie-Comstock@scusd.edu
reporters in California effectively guarantees Phone: (916)433-2600 ext. 1216
employment for new graduates.
With increases in the number of court cases and
new federal regulations, the number of court
reporting jobs is predicted to increase 18% over
the next several years.* Reporters employed by
the court systems have a potential income of
$75,000+ per year.**

*Calif. Bureau of Labor Statistics


** National Court Reporters Association

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 44% / Placement Rate - 93%

Pg. 8 / FY18-19 Visit us at www.caj.scusd.edu for the most updated information


Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.

Required Materials – Court Reporting


Theory through 60 WPM Students 80 through 120 WPM Students 140 through 225 WPM Students
th
Book: Basic Drills Book: Legal Terminology 6 ed. Book: California Codes for Court
ITEM: 307114 ($19) ISBN: 9780133766974 ($166) Reporters
Book: Speedbuilding for Court ITEM: 307117 ($61)
Book: Briefs and Phrases
ITEM: 307121 ($20) Reporters Book: Exploring Medical Language
ITEM: 307102 ($46) ISBN: 9780323051835 ($85)
Book: College-Level Vocabulary
Building EV-360 ( Included in tuition ) Book: Gregg Reference Manual
ITEM: 307130 ($28) ISBN: 9780072936537 ($60)

Book: Finger Techniques Book: Medical Q & A


ITEM: 307128 ($4) ITEM: 307103 ($38)

Book: Professional Dictionary Book: Mock Examination Booklet


ITEM: 307123 ($68) (Bea’s)
ITEM: 307129 ($43)
Book: Theory Packet w/CD
ITEM: 307139 ($154) EV-360 ( Included in tuition )

Book: Theory Reinforcement


ITEM: 307125 ($35)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.
Steno machines are supplied in Theory class only. Student must have their own machine upon completion of Theory class.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


07/16/18 – 10/06/20 PROGRAM FEES1:
10/09/18 – 12/16/20 99
Yr. 1: $5,380.00
01/24/19 – 04/05/21 Instructional Monday 8:30 am 209
Yr. 2: $5,380.00
04/29/19 – 07/13/21 Weeks thru to and
Final Qtr.: $1,345.00
Friday 3:00 pm 200
========
NOT
$12,105.00
For an extension, INCLUDING
CAJ BOOKS/
see office for details. BREAKS AND
MATERIALS
HOLIDAYS
(Est.): $827.00
========
TOTAL: $12,932.00

1
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Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and
Refrigeration Maintenance Technology/Technician
(HVAC)

990 Hours
(33 Instructional Weeks)

This program qualifies for


Federal Financial Aid
 Customer Service
 Fundamentals of Refrigeration,
 Air Conditioning and Refrigerant
Recovery
 Heating and Air Conditioning Safety,
Prerequisites Tools, Components and Terminology
 Student must have a High School  Electricity: Ohms Law, Induction,
Diploma or Equivalent Effects, Single, Three Phase Motors, High
 Have sufficient knowledge of the and Low Voltage Safety
English language, reading, and math
skills
 Green Awareness
 Attend a CAJ orientation  Air Flow and Heat Load
 Assessment test score required
Reading: 220 Math: 220  Heating: Natural Gas, Liquid Petroleum
Gas, Electricity, Heat Pumps and Safety

Highlights  Service and Repair of Window Units,


Split Systems, Package Systems
This program provides students with the
knowledge and skills necessary to service,  Critical Thinking and Proper
troubleshoot, and repair central heating and air- Troubleshooting Techniques
conditioning. The scope includes instruction on
repair of small to large central heating and air-  Code of Ethics: Personal Appearance,
Customer Relations, Goal Setting,
conditioning and refrigeration systems,
including refrigeration recovery. Learn the  Job Search and Security
basics of DC/AC and digital controllers as
utilized in HVAC systems. Enjoy hands on
opportunities to perform repairs on HVAC
equipment, evacuate, troubleshoot, and repair
basic electrical systems. The students will also
take, and pass, international 608, 609, and
R410A Refrigerant Handling Tests.

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 69% / Placement Rate - 70%

Pg. 10 / FY18-19 Visit us at www.caj.scusd.edu for the most updated information


Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials - HVAC
Customer Service
Book: 21st Century Business Series
ISBN: 9780538740289 ($41)

HVAC-R: Theory
Book: Modern Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology, 20th ed.(Bundle with workbook)
ISBN: 9781631263576 ($180)
Book: AnswerMan - Electricity for HVAC&R A Guide to Troubleshooting
ISBN: 1930044070 ($9)
Book: AnswerMan – Principles of Air Conditioning
ISBN: 1930044038 ($9)
Super Cool Slide Rule
Materials: Slide Ruler
Item#: 0713757118613 ($20)
Psychrometric Chart ($12)
CAJ Uniform Shirt (Size 2XL and larger are additional charge)
CAJ ITEM: ($25)
HVAC-R: Troubleshooting, and Repair Toolkit
CAJ ITEM: ($800)

HVAC R: Program & ER (Employment Ready) Certifications


Exam fees CAJ ITEM: ($110) (See below)

E.P.A. 608 ($30) Electrical ER (E-01) ($15)

E.P.A. 609 ($20) Basic Refrigeration & Charging Procedures (E-19) ($15)

R-410 ($30)

Additional Certifications Available (Additional fees apply)


Heat Pump ER (H-03) ($15) Light Commercial A/C ER (C-04) ($15)

Gas Heater ER (G-10) ($15) Green Awareness Refrigeration ER ($15)

Air Conditioning ER (E-02) ($15) Light Commercial Refrigeration ER (C-05) ($15)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


1
09/18/18 – 06/10/19 PROGRAM FEE : 33
12/19/18 – 09/17/19 $7,710.00 Instructional Monday 8:30 am 209
04/01/19 – 12/18/19 CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks thru to and
MATERIALS Friday 3:00 pm 316
(Est.): $1,206.00 NOT
======== INCLUDING
TOTAL: $8,916.00 BREAKS AND
HOLIDAYS
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Medical/Clinical Assistant

990 Hours
(33 Instructional Weeks)
This program qualifies for
Federal Financial Aid
Medical Core Classes (Front Office):
 Customer Service
Prerequisites  Medical Terminology
 Student must have a High School  Anatomy & Physiology
Diploma or Equivalent  Computer Applications
 Have sufficient knowledge of the (EHR Sim Chart)
English language, reading, and math  Typing speed of 40 wpm
skills  EMR –Electronic Medical Records
 Attend a CAJ orientation  Insurance with limited billing &
 Assessment test scores required coding
Reading: 230 Math: 230
Focus Classes:
Immunizations Required:  Clinical Back Office/ Theory and
Didactic
 TB/PPD (prior to entering program)  CPR/First Aid
 MMR (Measles, Mumps & Rubella)  Malpractice Insurance
Titers
 Varicella (Chickenpox) Titers Externship:
 Hepatitis A&B series (Titers or begin  200 hours at end of program
series at start of program)
 Tetanus
 Tdap Graduates earn a Certificate of
 Flu Vaccine (when recommended) Completion in Medical Assisting and
 Meningococcal (recommended)
qualify for the State CCMA and or
 Pneumococcal (recommended)
National Exam.
Highlights
Employment of medical assistants is projected to
grow 39% from 2014 to 2024*, much faster than the
average for all occupations. The growth of the
aging baby-boom population will continue to
increase demand for preventive medical services,
which are often provided by physicians. As
practices expand, physicians will hire more
assistants to perform routine administrative and
clinical duties, allowing the physicians to see more
patients. Medical assistants work in a variety of
health care settings, including physicians’ offices,
medical centers, clinics, hospitals, nursing homes,
ambulatory care centers, acute care facilities,
optical offices, insurance companies and more!
*
According to Labor Bureau statistics

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 82% / Placement Rate - 76%

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Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials – Medical Assistant

Customer Service
Book: 21st Century Business Series
ISBN: 9780538740289 ($41)

Medical Assistant
Book: Kinn’s The Medical Assistant – Text, Study Guide and Checklist, and SimChart for the
Medical Office – Bundle 13th Edition
ISBN: 9780323446464 ($240)

Book: Medical Assisting Exam Review for CMA, RMA, & CMAS Certification 4th Edition
ISBN: 9781451192568 ($75)

Clinical Back Office/Theory & Didactic


Materials: Stethoscope and Blood Pressure Cuff ($37)
Stethoscope Item#: 363744
B.P. Cuff Item#: 803186

CAJ Uniform (Size 2XL and larger are additional charge ) CAJ ITEM: ($50)
CPR – Basic Life Support (CPR and AED)- (One 4-hour evening class) CAJ ITEM: ($45)
Drug Test – Panel 5 (Instructor will advise when to purchase) CAJ ITEM: ($46)
First Aid Card CAJ ITEM: ($20)

Externship (200 Hours) No Books/Materials required

Additional Requirements (See your personal physician for medical requirements)


Professional Liability Insurance (Student) approx. cost ($42) (Non-CAJ)
www.proliability.com (800) 503-9230
or www.nso.com (800) 247-1500
Fingerprinting/Background check approx. cost ($80) (Non-CAJ)
Hepatitis A & B series immunizations (Must be started prior to entering focus class) (Non-
CAJ)
White Tennis Shoes (NO FABRIC). (Non-CAJ)
A watch with a second hand required for focus classes. (Non-CAJ)
White, Cotton, Long-sleeve, Pull-over Shirt. (Non-CAJ)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


1
08/27/18 – 05/17/19 PROGRAM FEE : 33
11/28/18 – 08/26/19 $6,115.00 Instructional Monday 8:30 am 209
03/11/19 – 11/20/19 CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks thru to and
06/11/19 – 03/09/20 MATERIALS: Friday 3:00 pm 314-C
$554.00 NOT
======== INCLUDING
TOTAL: $6,669.00 BREAKS AND
HOLIDAYS
1
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Nursing Assistant
(Nursing Assistant/Aide and Patient Care Assistant/Aid)

185 Hours
(5 Instructional Weeks )
This program does not qualify for
Federal Financial Aid
Areas of Instruction
 Introduction
 Patients’ Rights
 Interpersonal Skills
 Prevention Management
 Body Mechanics
Prerequisites  Medical and Surgical Aseptic
 Student must have a High School  Weights and Measures
Diploma or Equivalent  Patient Care Skills
 Patient Care Procedures
 Have sufficient knowledge of the
 Vital Signs
English language, reading, and math
 Nutrition
skills  Emergency Procedures
 Attend a CAJ orientation  Long-Term Care Patients
 Assessment test score required  Rehabilitative Nursing
Reading: 230 Math: 220  Observing and Charting
 Must Pass a Drug and Criminal  Death and Dying
Background Check  Residents’ Bill of Rights for the Dying
Patient
Highlights Graduates qualify to take the State
This program is designed to give students a
Certification Exam and receive a
practical knowledge of a nursing assistant role Certificate of Completion from CAJ.
(Official state certification is issued by the State of
so they can secure employment in care homes,
California.)
medical offices, hospitals and outpatient
facilities by emphasizing theoretical and
practical applications for Nursing Assistants.
Students will spend time in the classroom and a
clinical care facility to learn to address the
needs of the whole patient while promoting
independence and self-care, emphasizing
communication, infection control, safety and
clinical nursing. Skills will be evaluated
according to the standards set by the California
Department of Health and Human Services and
the objective set for the course.
Continuing education hours are available
during the first week of any class.

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 98% / Placement Rate - 70%

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Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials – Nursing Assistant

Book: Nursing Assistant Basic Study Guide


(Covered in tuition)
Blood Pressure/ Stethoscope Pro Combo, Dual Tube
(Covered in tuition)
CAJ Uniform, Drug Test, Fingerprinting/Background check
(Covered in tuition)
American Red Cross Exam ($110)

Additional Requirements (See your personal physician for medical requirements)


Professional Liability Insurance (Student) ($23) (Non-CAJ)
www.nso.com (800) 247-1500
Shoes: non-slip, close toed, non-cloth shoes or non-cloth sneakers (Non-CAJ)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


1
10/30/18 – 12/10/18 PROGRAM FEE : 5
(CANCELLED) $1,890.00 Instructional Monday Week 1
03/11/19 – 04/11/19 CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks thru
MATERIALS: Friday 7:00 am–3:30 pm 505
Future dates to be $110.00 NOT Weeks 2-5
announced. Check ======== INCLUDING Times vary
our on-line catalog TOTAL: $2,000.00 BREAKS AND
for updates. HOLIDAYS
1
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Optometric Technician/Assistant

810 Hours
(27 Instructional Weeks 1)

This program qualifies for


Federal Financial Aid
The Assistant: Profile
 Customer Service
 Demonstrates initiative and responsibility.
 Treats all patients with compassion.
 Uses appropriate medical terminology.
 Takes medical histories.
Prerequisites  Assists with pretesting
 Maintains confidentiality / HIPPA
 Student must have a High School
compliant
Diploma or Equivalent
 Preforms lens and frame selection.
 Have sufficient knowledge of the
 Follows federal, state and local legal
English language, reading, and math guidelines.
skills  Keyboarding Instruction
 Attend a CAJ orientation
 Assessment test score required Areas of Study:
Reading: 230 Math: 225  Optical Law & Ethics
 Negative TB test or chest X-ray  Anatomy & Physiology of the Human
Eye
 Optical Equipment with hands-on
Highlights application
This program prepares the student for an entry  Optical Math
level position in an optical facility, as an  Fundamental of patient care and
optometric assistant, a dispensing optician, or education
as an assistant in an ophthalmologist’s office or
clinic. The course covers the anatomy and Graduates receive a
physiology of the human eye, and provides Certificate of Completion
information about in-office surgeries; common as Optometric Assistant.
eye conditions; diseases of the eye; and optical
law and ethics.
Additionally, the program covers soft contact
lenses, prescription analysis, billing, optical
and ophthalmic equipment, optical math, lens
design, frame selection, and today’s latest lens
technology used in the optical dispensary.

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 88% / Placement Rate - 75%

Pg. 16 / FY18-19 Visit us at www.caj.scusd.edu for the most updated information


Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials – Optometric Assistant

Customer Service
Book: 21st Century Business Series
ISBN: 9780538740289 ($41)

Dispensing Optician:
Book: Systems for Ophthalmic Dispensing, 3rd ed.
ISBN: 9780750674805 ($161)

Optometric Assistant:
Book: The Ophthalmic Assistant, 10th ed.
ISBN: 9780323394772 ($87)

CAJ Uniform (Size 2XL and larger are additional charge) CAJ ITEM: ($38)

Additional Requirements (See your personal physician for medical requirements):


Negative TB test - Must be completed prior to registration (Non-CAJ)
Or Chest X-ray (If necessary) - Must be completed prior to registration (Non-CAJ)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


08/06/18 – 03/08/19 PROGRAM FEE1: 27
09/18/18 – 04/26/19 $5,760.00 Instructional Monday 8:30 am 209
10/30/18 – 06/10/19 CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks thru to and
12/19/18 – 08/05/19 MATERIALS: Friday 3:00 pm 203
02/15/19 – 09/17/19 $327.00 NOT
04/01/19 – 10/29/19 ======== INCLUDING
05/20/19 – 12/18/19 TOTAL: $6,087.00 BREAKS AND
HOLIDAYS
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Pharmacy Technician

1080 Hours
(36 Instructional Weeks 1)

*This program qualifies for


Federal Financial Aid

 Customer Service
 Pharmacy Practice I & II for Technicians
 Pharmacy Math I & II for Technicians
Prerequisites
 Student must have a High School
 Pharmacology for Technicians
Diploma or Equivalent  Medical Insurance for Pharmacy
 Have sufficient knowledge of the Technicians
English language, reading, and math
skills  Pharmacy Labs for Technicians
 Attend a CAJ orientation  Community Externship (120 hours)
 Assessment test score required
Reading: 236 Math: 236  Institutional Externship ( 120 hours)
 Typing speed of at least 35wpm

Accredited by the American


TB/PPD {or Clear Chest X-ray} due the 1st day
of classes (see your personal physician). Society of Health-System
Pharmacist (ASHP) and the
MMR, Chickenpox, Tetanus, Diphtheria, and
Hepatitis A & B series take up to 6 months to Accreditation Council for
complete and are due by the end of the 1st block Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
(see your personal physician).

Highlights
The Pharmacy Technician program includes
specific Focus classes and Externship. This
program is designed to prepare you for career
opportunities in an outpatient, inpatient, or
retail setting. Lab classes are designed to enable
you to compound extemporaneous preparations
both efficiently and accurately. You will also
receive hands-on experience using computers *Note: Upon satisfactory completion of block 4 you
for ambulatory services. will be assisted with your application to the
Pharmacy Board and National Certification
Examination.

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 73% / Placement Rate - 75%

Pg. 18 / FY18-19 Visit us at www.caj.scusd.edu for the most updated information


Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials – Pharmacy Technician

Customer Service
Book: 21st Century Business Series
ISBN: 9780538740289 ($41)

CAJ Pharmacy Technician Text Bundle Medical Insurance


ISBN: 9780763881788 ($335) Book: Medical Insurance for Pharmacy
Includes: Technicians
th ISBN: 9780073374161 ($108)
Book: Pharmacy Practice for Technicians, 6
ed.
Pharmacy Labs
ISBN: 9780763880699
Book: Sterile Compounding Products
ISBN: 9780763840839 ($82)
Book: Pharmacy Calculations for Technicians,
th
6 ed.
ISBN:9780763880750
Book: Pharmacy Labs for Pharmacy
Technicians, 3rd ed.
ISBN:9780763880859
Book: Pharmacology for Technicians 6th ed.
ISBN: 9780763880729

CAJ Uniform (Size 2XL and larger are additional charge) CAJ ITEM: ($38)
CPR-Basic Life Support (CPR and AED) (One 4-hour evening class) CAJ ITEM: ($45)
Drug Test – Panel 10 (Instructor will advise when to purchase) CAJ ITEM: ($56)

Externship Preparation No book required


Community and Institutional Externships No book required

Additional Requirements (See your personal physician for medical requirements):


Background Check (Non-CAJ: $48)
Professional Liability Insurance (Student) (Non-CAJ) www.proliability.com (800) 503-9230
The following is due prior to block 6 completion: (Non-CAJ)
 Live Scan fingerprint processing fee (DOJ & FBI)
 State Board of Pharmacy License Application (BOP)
 Passport Picture
 BLS for Healthcare Providers CPR Textbook
 BLS for Professional Organization

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


1
07/16/18 – 04/26/19 PROGRAM FEE : 36
10/09/18 – 08/05/19 $7,090.00 Instructional Monday 8:30 am 209
01/24/19 – 10/29/19 CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks thru to and
04/29/19 – 02/14/20 MATERIALS: Friday 3:00 pm 501
$705.00 NOT 400
======== INCLUDING
TOTAL: $7,795.00 BREAKS AND
HOLIDAYS
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Vocational Nursing
(Licensed Practical/Vocational Nursing Training)

1408 Hours
(35 Instructional Weeks)
Vocational Nurse Training: 1408 hours
Prerequisites: 234 hours (Hours may vary due to
credit given for qualifying prerequisites
previously completed)
Certified Nursing Assistant: 10 hours credit
Total: 1652 hours
This program qualifies for
Federal Financial Aid

 Nursing Practice and Process


 Standards of Care, Ethical and Legal Issues
Prerequisites  Health Promotion and Preventive Care
 Genetics
All prerequisites must be completed BEFORE  Respiratory Health
applying for enrollment in the VN program.  Cardiovascular Health
 Neurologic and Sensory Health
 High school transcript or equivalent  Gastrointestinal and Nutritional Health
 CPR/First Aid Certification  Renal, Genitourinary, and Reproductive Health
 Attend CAJ orientation  Metabolic and Endocrine Health
 Assessment test scores required:  Immunology
Reading: 230 Math: 230  Musculoskeletal Health
 Nursing Assistant Certification  Emergency Nursing
 Maternity and Neonatal Nursing
 Anatomy & Physiology (36 hours)
 Pediatric Nursing
 Nutrition (36 hours)  Psychiatric Nursing
 Introduction to Psychology (36 hours)  Must Pass a Drug and Criminal Background Check
 Human Growth & Development (36 hours)
 Pharmacology (54 hours)
 Medical Terminology (18 hours)
 Math for Meds (18 hours) Graduating students will be fully prepared for
 Nursing Entrance Exam (Kaplan, C-NET, employment in the health care profession and
HESI, or TEAS) play a vital role in the delivery of health
services for the 21st century.
Highlights
A successful nurse can make a profound
difference in patient care. They provide bedside
care, case management and triage, working in a
school, occupational, or correctional setting.
This is a rewarding career for those who deeply
care for the health and well-being of those in
need of their services.
With the population aging, health care industry
growing, and many LVNs retiring, the
employment outlook is excellent!
2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: Completers Graduation Rate - 90% / Placement Rate - 88%

Pg. 20 / FY18-19 Visit us at www.caj.scusd.edu for the most updated information


Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials – Vocational Nurse
Book: Fundamental Nursing Skills & Concept 11th ed. (Bundle)
ISBN: 9781496375537 ($127)
Book: Diseases and Disorders 5th ed.
ISBN: 9780803638556 ($62)
th
Book: Review for NCLEX-PN 11 ed.
Level 1
ISBN: 9781496324696 ($52)
Book: Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, 7th ed.
ISBN: 9781608316922 ($49)
Book: Nursing Drug Handbook 2018
ISBN: 9781496353597 ($45)
th
Book: Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing,11 ed.
Level 2 ISBN: P1469847655 ($114) (TxBk w/CD)
ISBN: 9781451187229 ($32) (WkBk)
rd
Book: Introductory Maternity & Pediatric Nursing 3 ed.
Level 3
ISBN: 9781451147025 ($113)

CAJ Uniform - 1 ea.: scrub top ($25), scrub pant ($25), lab coat ($38), t-shirt ($12) (Size 2XL and
larger are additional charge)
CAJ ITEM: ($100)

Additional Requirements (See your personal physician for medical requirements)


Drug Test – Panel 10 ($56) (Non-CAJ)
Professional Liability Insurance (Student) ($23) (Non-CAJ)
www.nso.com (800) 247-1500
Physical
Tdap
Negative TB test (2-Step) (Must be completed prior to start of program) or Chest X-ray (If
necessary) (Both Non-CAJ)
Hepatitis A: Highly recommended
Hepatitis B series: (Due prior to entering your focus class. Takes up to 6 months to complete) (Non-
CAJ)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.
VN PROGRAM START AND END DATES ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


1
09/17/18 – 07/17/19 PROGRAM FEE : 35
05/01/19 – 02/24/20 $19,500.00 Instructional Monday 8:00 am 503
CAJ BOOKS/ Weeks thru to and
MATERIALS: Friday 4:30 pm 504
$694.00 NOT
======== INCLUDING
TOTAL: $20,194.00 BREAKS AND
HOLIDAYS
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Vocational Nurse Prerequisites

240 Hours
(6 Instructional Weeks)

These classes do not qualify for


Federal Financial Aid

 Anatomy & Physiology


 Human Growth & Development
 Math for Medications
 Medical Terminology
 Nutrition
Pre-requisites
 Introduction to Pharmacology
 None  Introduction to Psychology

IMPORTANT NOTICE: CAJ’s vocational nursing Save!


program is fully accredited by the State of California’s
Board of Vocational Nursing, and Psychiatric Purchase all 7 classes at one time
Technicians. These classes have been approved by the and save on the class fees!
state to satisfy some of the prerequisite requirements
necessary to enter.

According to the Board of Vocational Nursing and


Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California,
individuals who have successfully completed
equivalent courses at a secondary school approved by
the State Department of Education in any state can
have their courses assessed for equivalency by the
vocational nursing school. (BVNPT 2881.1. Credit for
Previous Education. Amended by Stats 2011, Ch. 338,
Sec. 12, Effective January 1, 2012)

Highlights
Looking to get into the Vocational Nursing
Program and need to get the prerequisites done
in a hurry? Well, the seven required prerequisite
classes for our Vocational Nursing program are
offered here during the day!
These prerequisite courses are in a HIGHLY
ACCELERATED FORMAT that is designed to
provide the fundamental knowledge required by
the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric
Technician for application to the Vocational
Nursing program in a minimal amount of time.
Seven classes completed in just 6 WEEKS!

2016-17 Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: N/A


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Visit our website at www.caj.scusd.edu for additional information.
Proposed schedule may be modified by instructor if needed.
Required Materials – VN Prerequisites
Anatomy & Physiology - 36 hours (AP) Individual Cost: $300.00
Book: Memmler’s Human Body in Health & Disease, 13th ed.
ISBN: 9781451192803 ($45) Text
ISBN: 9781451193480 ($28) Study Guide
Human Growth and Development - 36 hours (HGD) Individual Cost: $300.00
Book: Growth and Develop./Across the Life Span 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9781455745456 ($37)
Math for Meds - 20 hours (MM) Individual Cost: $250.00
Book: Math for Meds: Dosages & Solutions, 11th ed.
ISBN: 9781111540913 ($154)
Medical Terminology - 20 hours (MT) Individual Cost: $250.00
Book: Medical Terminology in a Flash! : A Multiple Learning Styles Approach,3rd ed.
ISBN: 9780803643680 ($88)
Nutrition - 36 hours (NUT) Individual Cost: $300.00
Book: Nutrition Essentials, 8th ed.
ISBN: 9781496356109 ($72)
Pharmacology - 54 hours (PHAR) Individual Cost: $400.00
Book: Introductory Clinical Pharmacology, 11th ed.
ISBN: 9781975105914 ($102) Textbook & Workbook Bundle
Psychology, Introduction to - 36 hours (PSYC) Individual Cost: $300.00
Book: Introductory to Mental Health Nursing-3rd ed.
ISBN: 9781451147148 ($50)

Workbooks and study guides must be NEW without markings of any kind.

Schedule
1/14 1/15 1/16 1/17 1/18 1/22 1/23 1/24 1/25 1/28 1/29 1/30 1/31 2/1 2/4
MT NUT
MT MT & MM MM NUT NUT NUT NUT & HGD HGD HGD HGD PSYC
MM HGD

2/5 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/26 2/27
PSYC
PSYC PSYC PSYC & AP AP AP AP PHAR PHAR PHAR PHAR PHAR PHAR PHAR
AP

DATES FEES LENGTH DAYS TIMES ROOM


07/16/18 – 08/24/18 ALL 7 CLASSES 6
1
01/07/19 – 02/20/19 FEE : $1,950.00 Instructional Monday
RESCHEDULED: Weeks thru 8:00 am - 4:30 pm 505
01/14/19 – 02/27/19 CAJ BOOKS/ Friday
MATERIALS: $576.00 NOT
======== INCLUDING
TOTAL: $2,526.00 BREAKS AND
HOLIDAYS
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ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES/ CONTINUING EDUCATION

CNA/HHA Continuing Education Hours - Prerequisite: Must have current CNA/HHA


Certificate. These continuing education hours are for current CNA students who need
continuing education hours to maintain their license.
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
START LENGTH DAYS TIMES
FEES
DATES
10/30/18 $5.00 / Per Hour Must be in Monday 7:00 am
(CANCELLED) full 8-hour, thru to
03/11/19 consecutive Friday 3:30 pm
Future dates to be NOT INCLUDING days ONLY,
announced. Check our REQUIRED BOOKS starting with the
on-line catalog for AND MATERIALS first day. (24hr
updates. Max)
DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

*Free* Citizenship Class (WASC accredited)


PROGRAM
REGISTRATION
START - END DAYS TIMES
FEE
DATES

07/16/18 – 06/30/19**
$0 Tuesday only 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Open Entry

DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

*Free* English as a Second Language (ESL) (WASC accredited)


PROGRAM
REGISTRATION
START - END DAYS TIMES
FEE
DATES
07/16/18 – 06/30/19** 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Open Entry Monday - Friday
OR
$0
(placement testing required 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
prior to entry)
DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

*Free* Adult Basic Education (ABE)/ High School Equivalency (HSE) Class is WASC
accredited and designed to prepare students for the grade equivalent certification test needed to
satisfy prerequisite requirements for CAJ vocational training programs.
PROGRAM
REGISTRATION
START - END DAYS TIMES
FEE
DATES
07/16/18 – 06/30/19** 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Open Entry Monday - Friday
OR
$0
(assessment testing 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
required prior to entry)
DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

**
No Class:
November 19 – 23, 2018 Thanksgiving Break / December 24, 2018 – January 4, 2019
Winter Break
April 15th – 19th Spring Break

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CAJ’s HiSET® TESTING INFORMATION

FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE


Test: Complete 5-Section Battery (Required for 1st-Time Examinees) ---------$125.00
Single Section ------------------------------------------------------------------------ $50.00
Re-Test (each section after 3rd test in a calendar year) ---------------------- $35.00
SCHEDULING, CHANGING, OR CANCELLING TESTING APPOINTMENTS MUST BE
DONE IN PERSON, AT LEAST 1 BUSINESS DAY PRIOR TO TESTING DATE.
A GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID & HiSET® HOMEPAGE ARE REQUIRED.
HiSET® TESTING SCHEDULE
*Visit our website for a full schedule*
DAYS TEST TIME
Mondays Math 8:45 am
Mondays Science 10:45 am
Fridays Reading 8:45 am
Fridays Writing 10:15 am
Fridays Social Studies 1:15 pm
No testing on these dates:
July 02, 2018 –July 13, 2018 ....................................................... Summer Break
September 03, 2018 ........................................................................... Labor Day
November 12, 2018 ………………………………………………..Veterans Day
November 19- 23, 2018 ................................................................. Thanksgiving
December 24, 2018 – January 4, 2019 ......................................... Winter Break
January 21, 2019 .................................................... Martin Luther King Jr. Day
February 11, 2019 ............................................................................ Lincoln Day
February 18, 2019 ...................................................................... President’s Day
April 15 - 19, 2019.......................................................................... Spring Break
May 27, 2019 ................................................................................ Memorial Day

Registration and Scheduling


 To register for the HiSET® exam test takers must first create a user account
on hiset.ets.org to establish an “ETS number” Once ETS number is
established, a conformation email will be sent to testers. Testers must log
into their HiSET® profiles “HOME PAGE” which should display their
first, last name and ETS number (located on the top left corner) print page
and bring it along with a current, government issued photo identification
to Charles A Jones. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm.
 Complete a test registration card and all other forms necessary for HiSET®
test registration. (Meeting dates and test schedules available in the main
office.)
 Sign up early for each test. One or more days in advance of test session is
required. Examinees CANNOT sign up to test on the day of the test.
 Arrive 15 minutes early if any test sections have been taken at another test
site (failure to do so will result in you not being able to test on that day).
 Must be 18 years or older to test

NOTE: Examinees may take only the scheduled test during each testing session.

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ROSTER OF STAFF

Name Conferring Institution Most Advanced Degree Courses Taught


SITE ADMINISTRATOR:
San Francisco State
Hatter, Angela M.A.
University
CTE INSTRUCTORS:
California Commission on CISCO
Anderson, Kevin CTE Credential
Teacher Credentialing Technology
Bradshaw, California State University
B.S. Medical Assistant
Patricia Sacramento
California Commission on Optometric
Brazeal, Honey CTE Credential
Teacher Credentialing Assistant
California Commission on
Bruce, Elaine CTE Credential Nursing Assistant
Teacher Credentialing
University of California,
Challe, Karen B.A. Court Reporting
Davis
Chufar-
West Valley Community
Comstock, A.A. Court Reporting
College
Bonnie
Vocational
California Commission on
Curry, Christina CTE Credential Nursing, Nursing
Teacher Credentialing
Assistant
California Commission on
Doll, Lorraine CTE Credential Court Reporting
Teacher Credentialing
California State University Health Science and Pharmacy
Fong, Lana
Sacramento Medical Technology Technician
California Commission on
Gagney, David CTE Credential HVAC
Teacher Credentialing
California State University Pharmacy
Huynh, Sandra B.V.E.
Sacramento Technician
Johnson, California Commission on Administrative
CTE Credential
Valyncia Teacher Credentialing Assistant
Nursing
California Commission on Assistant/
Mulloy, Kathleen CTE Credential
Teacher Credentialing Vocational
Nursing
Administrative
Newman, Jean University of Phoenix M.A.
Assistant
Part-Time CTE INSTRUCTORS
Vocational
California Commission on
Gallardo, Elisa CTE Credential Nursing/Nursing
Teacher Credentialing
Assistant

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Name Conferring Institution Most Advanced Degree Courses Taught
ABE/HSE/ESL
Atwood,
Santa Clara University B.S. ESL
Marianne
Boyd, Kathryn San Jose State M.A. ESL
Designated Subjects
California Commission on
Ciani, Nick Adult Education Teaching ABE
Teacher Credentialing
Credential: Full Time
San Francisco State
Hawes, Victoria M.A. ESL
University
Lifetime teaching Cred.,
California Commission on All Subjects K-14, Adm.
Monte, Don Citizenship/ESL
Teacher Credentialing Cred., and General
Services Cred.
California State
Selseleh, Mary M.A. ESL
University, Sacramento
Universidad Ibero-
Sterling, Margo B.A. ESL
Americana

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REFUND POLICY

1. No refund on state HSE testing fees (HiSET).


2. No refund on costs associated with program materials: including, but not limited to
books, supplies, uniforms, testing fees, background checks, insurance, etc.
3. No refund on Vocational Training tuition fees of $100.00 or less. Balance of refunds
over the first $100.00 are prorated based on the period of attendance in relation to the
program length and are processed according to refund policy #8.
% of Attendance % of Tuition Refund
Cancelled by CAJ 100%
Up to 10% 90%
Over 10% - Up to 25% 50%
Over 25% - Up to 50% 25%
Over 50% No refund

4. Eligible refunds for students in the Vocational Nursing program will be based on
attendance per level.
5. Court reporting program fees are charged annually. Refunds are based on quarters
attended. Quarters are not prorated.
6. Original receipt required for refund consideration.
7. A 5% charge will be applied to refundable tuition fees paid with credit/debit cards.
8. Absolutely no CASH refunds. District office will issue approved refunds. Allow up to six
weeks after approval to receive refund.

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COSTS, FEES AND CHARGES
Program fees do NOT include associated material or additional requirements costs; including, but not
limited to books, supplies, uniforms, testing fees, background checks, insurance, etc. and are additional.
Students are responsible for paying for all books and materials at time of issue. For those students with
funding assistance, books and materials are included only if specifically noted.
Students are required to obtain all necessary books and materials as listed for each program; this
includes the proper editions. However, they are NOT obligated to purchase books and materials from
CAJ; they are offered as a convenience and while quantities last. Workbooks and study guides purchased
elsewhere must be NEW without markings of any kind.
The re-take or extension of a program block, or class, is subject to a fee (fees vary by program). This fee:
 IS subject to prior approval
 IS subject to availability
 is NOT covered by student funding assistance without approval from funding source
 is NOT available for all programs
 does NOT include the cost of books, materials or any additional fees associated with the
class requirements (i.e. fingerprinting, drug testing, etc.)
 in reference to the court reporting program quarterly extension, is NOT prorated unless
there is approved medical leave

If a urine sample for a drug test is not suitable, a $20 fee is due for each subsequent attempt.

Program fees and material costs are subject to change without notice.
Student is responsible for increases prior to purchase.
All fees must be paid in full to graduate.

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NOTES
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TO WORK!

Enroll now
With a graduation ceremony
in June, soon you will be
crossing the stage
to celebrate your success!

Board of Education Executive Members


Jessie Ryan, President (Trustee Area 7) Jorge A. Aguilar,
Darrel Woo, Vice President (Trustee Area 6) Superintendent
Michael Minnick, 2nd Vice President (Trustee Area 4) Iris Taylor, Ed. D.,
Jay Hansen, (Trustee Area 1) Chief Academic Officer
Ellen Cochrane, (Trustee Area 2) Susan Lytle Gilmore, Ph.D.,
Christina Pritchett (Trustee Area 3) Director, Adult Education
Mai Vang, (Trustee Area 5) Angela Hatter,
Sarah Nguyen, Student Board Member Coordinator III, Adult Education